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NEW .ULSTER MEASURE

NEW .ULSTER MEASURE

MOVING tho second reading of the Unemployment Insurance (Temporary Provisions) Bill Ulster House of Commons yesterday, the Minister of Labour said that the measure was introduced to extend for further period—not more than one year-—certain statutory provisions of the Unemploymen
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I.R.A. DRILLING

I.R.A. DRILLING

Disturbance Canted by "Rally’* in County Cork Considerable uneasiness and excitement prevailed in Bandon (Co. Cork) yesterday, following information that a number men, computed at between 60 and 70, bad foregathered in the vicinity of the ruins of Ballinacarrlga Castle, near Bal
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“Mainly Jor Women” "Mainly For ’Women" appears to-day in Page 10, together with the Court Circulars and other news items

“Mainly Jor Women” "Mainly For ’Women" appears to-day in Page 10, together with the Court Circulars and other news items

which appeal chiefly to women.
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DERBY HORSES

THE DERBY HORSES

What Lord Derby and Lord Lonsdale Think The following view! the chances Derby horses were expressed luncheon given by the London Frees Club yesterday:— Lord Darby—Hyperon in the very best form. 1 cannot help being sanguine that may st all events get place money on Wednesday. Lor
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
newry mystery

newry mystery

Little Girl’s Body Found In Riser The body of Mary Bridget C««ey, »ged 9, who Uved Quay Street, Newry, found in the Clanryo Kiver last night, but how the girl got into the water ia mystery. About 5 o’clock the afternoon she and her mother went for walk along the ot the river, bu
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DETENTION OF BRITISH OFFICERS

DETENTION OF BRITISH OFFICERS

Sequel Charges Brought by Stowaways In the House of Commons, Westminster, yesterday, Captain P. Macdonald (U., Isle Wight’ asked the Foreign Secretary whether be could now make atatement regarding the recent imprisonment the Argentine authorities three officers from the British
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA DEFENDS POLICE

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA DEFENDS POLICE

Congress Member’s Allegations of Assault Simla, Monday. A 2,000 word oonmmaiqni ws» iawed to-day by the Government of Indis in reply to • eiateraent nude by the Pandit Madan Malivaya alleging serious assaults members of the Indian Congress Government polioe. The incidents compla
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ITer Silk! Frocl 12- Whit Colour better in vi sleeveinplaii and sti prices 4* New : Bio s Washln

ITer Silk! Frocl 12- Whit Colour better in vi sleeveinplaii and sti prices 4* New : Bio s Washln

30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Power Sought to Amend Pmlotu Ante

Power Sought to Amend Pmlotu Ante

The Minister of Finsupe, in moving the Second Beading of the Loans Guarantee (No. S 3) Bill, said would like to point oat that the Bill might have direct bearing unemployment in the Province. If shipping company could reduce ita loan charges it meant that a certain amount of liq
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHITING & TEDFORD CRUISING PROGRAMME, 1933 MEDITERRANEAN. Lisbon. Alftiera. Talma. Barcelona Gibraltar. Days from 4.23 •* HOMEBK (35,000 tons) Bailing

WHITING & TEDFORD CRUISING PROGRAMME, 1933 MEDITERRANEAN. Lisbon. Alftiera. Talma. Barcelona Gibraltar. Days from 4.23 •* HOMEBK (35,000 tons) Bailing

May 17lh, July Bth, August 30th. October 81et. NORWEGIAN FJORDS and Round Britain. 13 Days from 817. *' LADRBNTIC (19.000 tons). Balling July 15tb NORTHERN CAPITALS 16 Days from £l9. LAURENTIC (19,000 tone» Sailing from Immingbam Inly returning to Liverpool. MOROCCO. Spain. Port
30 May 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland